Will Detroit Symphony Orchestra Be Silenced?
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Talks between the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and its musicians’ union have hit a sour note.
As a result, the musicians’ union has approved a strike. The two sides can’t agree on how much musicians’ pay should be cut. Their contract ends Sunday night — and no new talks are scheduled. A strike couldn’t happen until late September.
A DSO walkout would be the first since 1987.